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Old 07-08-2018, 11:25 AM
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Exclamation Fuel line body clips

I too have the dreaded rusted out fuel line. looked at all the posts and I cant find anything related to how the line clips work. it looks to me like they are bolted from the inside. is this true?

Attached file is picture of one of the clips. (Site won't let me just add a picture from my phone.)

I have the new line but I just cant figure how these clips come apart. 2006 HHR. Still rolling at 211k miles.
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I believe there is a clicky thing.


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In there is a bolt. No head.
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Old 07-08-2018, 12:10 PM
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Lemme get a better picture
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Old 07-08-2018, 12:20 PM
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Turned the flash on. The brown part is a rusty bolt.
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Part number is 22736163 Maybe you can spend some time on GoOgle looking for pictures, I looked for a couple minutes.

My circle was too big, I meant on the left next to the brake lines.
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I understand what your saying, but swear the bolt is still holding it together. I have three of these style. Top of this clips bolt must be under the seat. Got my hand under the carpet and cant find it. Tried pushing the clip loose and pulling. That bolt is holding it. My GM parts drawing shows these clips and also a different kind that I don't have. Probably an updated version maybe.
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I just jacked mine up to look. There are no threads in the bottom portion of the bolt. In your picture, just to the left of the center portion of the bolt, are the interlocking tabs.

If you do a good job of cleaning the rust off the lower part of the bolt, and work those tabs, it should come apart.
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Bolt ? What bolt ? I just see a rusty slot.

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I think that is a location pin (stud) to help with assembly on the line.
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